The 50:50 joint project of Balfour Beatty, Gammon has earned a contract that values HK$12.88bn (£1.27bn) for Terminal 2’s expansion at the International Airport in Hong Kong.
Hong Kong Airport Authority has received an award of a contract of four years. The contract made covers the main Terminal 2 building expansion, electrical and mechanical works, and interconnecting bridges’ construction as well as related overpasses and roads.
The development of the part of the terminal form of the airport’s ‘3-runway System’ task that is about to be completed and lets the departure and arrivals from one terminal. This will result in an increase of the entire capacity of passengers.
According to Leo Quinn, the Chief Executive of Balfour Beatty Group: “This reward symbolizes Gammon’s second important contract for the Hong Kong Airport Authority this year and the biggest single contract ever bestowed to Gammon.
“Through influencing extensive engineering skill and offsite as well as integrated construction tactics, Gammon secured a material share of the market of Hong Kong that resumes appearing promising with substantial infrastructure chances onwards.”
Gammon has secured earlier this year the £760m tunnel agreement at International Airport of Hong Kong to carry tunnels and related activities. This is for an automatic people mover and luggage management system on behalf of the Hong Kong Airport Authority.